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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Blasts, gunfight in Indonesian capital

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(Earth is rising over the Moon's Surface), Source: https://www.facebook.com/RealEstateSA5000/photos/a.899877783394135.1073741829.899009183480995/920077631374150/?l=734b9eef72 Happening Now: Live coverage of Jakarta blasts Blasts, gunfight in Indonesian capital Suicide bombers, gunmen kill at least six in Indonesian capital Militants launched a gun and bomb assault in the centre of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, killing at least six people, police said, in an attack on a country that Islamic State had threatened to put in its "spotlight". While suspicion is likely to fall on Islamic State or its allies, police said they did not know who was responsible and President Joko Widodo urged the public not to speculate on who was behind the attack. Police said there were at least six explosions and they had shot dead three of the attackers and captured four. Three suicide bombers were suspected to have been involved while three policemen and three civilians were also killed, they said. The main thrust of the attack was on an office block and it began with a blast outside a Starbucks cafe on its ground floor. "The Starbucks cafe windows are blown out. I see three dead people on the road. There has been a lull in the shooting but someone is on the roof of the building and police are aiming their guns at him," said a Reuters photographer. Read more. by jamillah.knowles 8:00 PM Map locating sites of blasts and a gunfight that took place in Jakarta by jamillah.knowles 8:10 PM A witness describes a shooting during the deadly gun and bomb assault by militants in the centre of the Indonesian capital. Yiming Woo reports. by jamillah.knowles 9:21 PM Share Make a comment Options Live Updating HISTORY OF ATTACKS Indonesia has the world's largest Muslim population, the vast majority of whom practise a moderate form of the religion. The country saw a spate of militant attacks in the 2000s, the deadliest of which was a nightclub bombing on the holiday island of Bali that killed 202 people, most of them tourists. Police have been largely successful in destroying domestic militant cells since then, but officials have more recently been worrying about a resurgence inspired by groups such as Islamic State and Indonesians who return after fighting with the group. Alarm around the world over the danger stemming from Islamic State rocketed after the Paris attacks and the killing of 14 people in California in December. On Tuesday, a Syrian suicide bomber killed 10 German tourists in Istanbul. Authorities there suspect the bomber had links to Islamic State. Among those arrested in Indonesia's crackdown late last year was a member of China's Uighur Muslim minority with a suicide-bomb vest. Media said two other Uighur suspects were on the run. Indonesian security forces have also intensified a manhunt for a militant leader called Santoso, regarded as Indonesia's most high-profile backer of Islamic State, in the jungles of Sulawesi island. Santoso had threatened to unleash attacks in Jakarta by jamillah.knowles 9:53 PM CAIRO, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Islamic State carried out the attacks in Jakarta earlier on Thursday, a news agency allied to the group reported. "Islamic State fighters carried out an armed attack this morning targeting foreign nationals and the security forces charged with protecting them in the Indonesian capital," Aamaaq news agency said on its Telegram channel. Militants launched a gun and bomb assault in the centre of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, killing at least six people, police said, in an attack on a country that Islamic State had threatened to put in its "spotlight". by jamillah.knowles 9:23 PM #KamiTidakTakut is trending on Twitter. It means "We are not afraid". Dan Ilic @danilic #kamitidaktakut we are not afraid 1:27 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite Gabrielle Dunlevy @gabdunlevy Thanks to all who've been in touch. We at AAP Jakarta are safe. #KamiTidakTakut https://t.co/9guxODV57K 11:29 AM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite Tom Fletcher @TFletcher #KamiTidakTakut 11:35 AM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite Haslinda Amin @haslindatv Hashtag #KamiTidakTakut trending in Indonesia after explosions #WeAreNotAfraid 12:35 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite Will Millard @MillardWill @MillardWill: Thinking of all my friends in Jakarta and Indonesia. Tetap kuat teman saya. #KamiTidakTakut 2:06 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite Kamasean Matthews @kamasean07 The whole point of terrorism is to spread terror, to make us afraid. Together, with God, we're unbeatable.#KamiTidakTakut 12:29 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite 1 of 6 by shashank.chouhan edited by jamillah.knowles 9:14 PM Indonesian President Joko Widodo condemns the attack in Jakarta that killed at least six people. Rough cut (no reporter narration). by jamillah.knowles 9:14 PM Jakarta police chief says no foreigners among group of attackers. by jamillah.knowles 9:14 PM Islamic State carried out Jakarta attack "Targeting foreign nationals and security forces." - Islamic State-allied news agency by jamillah.knowles 9:08 PM Breaking News: Jakarta police chief says Islamic State ‘definitely’ behind attack by jamillah.knowles 9:06 PM Militants launched a gun and bomb assault in the heart of the Indonesian capital of Jakarta on Thursday morning. At least six people died, including five militants.. Casualty numbers may change as official data is updated with fresh reports from the scene. Below is a timeline of the events as Reuters reported them. All times local (GMT +0700 hours). 1049 - An explosion was heard near a Starbucks cafe close to United Nations offices in central Jakarta, according to eyewitnesses. 1057 - A second explosion was heard in central Jakarta, Reuters eyewitnesses said. 1100 - A police officer was shot near the site of an explosion, according to domestic TV reports. A Reuters eyewitness said gunfire and several explosions were heard. There were six explosions, local TV reported. 1108 - A Reuters eyewitness said three people died and there was a gunfight. A national police spokesman said the explosions were suspected to have been carried out by a suicide bomber. 1113 - The central bank continued a scheduled monetary policy meeting despite the blasts. Indonesia's stock index .JKSE and currency IDR fell after the explosions. 1118 - Security forces were seen entering the bombed Starbucks cafe in central Jakarta, said an eyewitness. 1143 - Police said around 10-14 gunmen were involved in the attacks. 1201 - A police spokesman said three police officers and three civilians had died in the attacks. 1217 - More gunfire was heard in central Jakarta, according to a Reuters eyewitness. 1221 - Police told domestic TV that there was no explosion in West Jakarta suburb of Palmerah, and no hostages were taken. They also said gunfire had ceased, and no one was arrested. 1231 - Police said they believed two suspected perpetrators fled in the direction of West Jakarta. 1237 - A further explosion was heard near the site of the attacks, a Reuters reporter on site said. 1300 - Indonesia's President Joko Widodo condemned the attacks and issued condolences to victims. He urged the public not to be afraid of "acts of terror like this". He cut short his trip to Java to return to Jakarta where he will hold a meeting on the attacks. 1304 - Indonesia's intelligence chief said there were no indications yet that the Jakarta attack is related to Islamic State. 1322 - A police spokesman said police had shot dead four suspected militants who were part of the attacks, and the area was being secured. 1322 - Starbucks said one customer was injured in attacks, and all employees were safe. The store that was attacked and all other Starbucks stores in Jakarta will remain closed until further notice. 1351 - The central bank cut its benchmark interest rate for the first time in 11 months by 25 basis points. 1409 - A central bank official said markets have calmed after the Jakarta attack. 1435 - Police said they suspected at least three suicide bombers. 1438 - Police arrested four suspected attackers involved in the blasts. 1522 - Indonesia's security chief said five militants were killed, including one foreigner, and that "everything is under control now". by jamillah.knowles 9:03 PM Indonesian police say, one Canadian man died in the attacks in Jakarta by jamillah.knowles 8:56 PM Indonesian police walk on a street past police chalk markings showing shell casings and debris following an attack in central Jakarta January 14, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside by jamillah.knowles 8:31 PM Indonesian police advance during an attack in central Jakarta January 14, 2016. Five militants, including one foreigner, were killed in the gun and bomb assault in central Jakarta, Indonesia's chief security minister said on Thursday. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside by jamillah.knowles 8:23 PM Indonesian security forces point their weapons during an attack in central Jakarta January 14, 2016. Five militants, including one foreigner, were killed in the gun and bomb assault in central Jakarta, Indonesia's chief security minister said on Thursday. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside by jamillah.knowles 8:23 PM No indication Islamic State behind Indonesia attack - intelligence chief There were no indications that Islamic State militants were behind a gun and bomb attack in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, on Thursday, the head of the national intelligence agency told Reuters. "This is definitely terrorism but there are no indications yet that it's ISIS related," said Sutiyoso. by jamillah.knowles 7:58 PM Reply Permalink Military armoured personnel carriers are seen near the site of an attack in central Jakarta January 14, 2016. Five militants, including one foreigner, were killed in the gun and bomb assault in central Jakarta, Indonesia's chief security minister said on Thursday. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside by jamillah.knowles 7:57 PM A member of the police bomb squad unit approaches the scene of an explosion following an attack on a police box in central Jakarta January 14, 2016 in this photo taken by Antara Foto. REUTERS/M Agung Rajasa/Antara Foto by jamillah.knowles 7:52 PM Media reports say a Dutch person and another foreigner are among the casualties but it is unclear if they are dead or wounded. by shashank.chouhan 7:39 PM The Starbucks cafe windows are blown out. I see three dead people on the road - A Reuters photographer said by shashank.chouhan 7:38 PM Malaysia's police are beefing up security in public areas and taking extra measures to secure border areas in the aftermath of bomb attacks in neighbouring Indonesia's capital city on Thursday. reut.rs by shashank.chouhan 7:25 PM by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 7:03 PM JUST IN: Indonesia security chief says 'everything under control now' after Jakarta bomb attacks by shashank.chouhan 6:58 PM Indonesia security chief says five militants killed in Jakarta attacks, including one foreigner by shashank.chouhan 6:53 PM Jeremy Douglas @jdouglasSEA Lockdown about to lift & staff to go in small groups. Off to security briefing with @collie_brown to get facts and cut through rumours 1:37 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by shashank.chouhan 6:41 PM Police gather outside a restaurant near the scene of an attack in central Jakarta January 14, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta by Reuters_TonyTharakan 6:40 PM Adam Harvey @adharves Two foreigners hurt: one injured, one dead. 1:36 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by Reuters_TonyTharakan 6:38 PM Adam Harvey @adharves It started with bomb thrown in Starbucks. Then a suicide bomb in the police box over the road. Three police/anti-terror officers shot 1:35 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by Reuters_TonyTharakan 6:38 PM Adam Harvey @adharves Police on Jakarta attackers: they were part of the terror cell from Solo that was disrupted by police before Christmas 1:34 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by Reuters_TonyTharakan 6:38 PM Adam Harvey @adharves Police: There were six attackers, who were in communication with Syria 1:33 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by Reuters_TonyTharakan 6:38 PM READER COMMENT Extremely heartbreaking - Indonesia was among only handful Muslim countries which were calm without terrorism and now this happened. by Imran edited by Reuters_TonyTharakan 6:24 PM A police armoured personnel carrier is seen parked near the scene of an attack in central Jakarta January 14, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside by Reuters_TonyTharakan 6:14 PM Indonesia police says suspect at least three suicide bombers involved in Jakarta attacks - Metro TV by shashank.chouhan 6:06 PM Adam Harvey @adharves More shooting Jakarta now - big panic. I'm down behind a police car 12:59 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by shashank.chouhan 6:03 PM Four suspected attackers arrested in Jakarta attack - Jakarta police Twitter account by shashank.chouhan 6:01 PM Gutta Jwala @Guttajwala Breaks my heart to hear about Jakarta #PrayForJakarta πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ’”πŸ’” 12:12 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by shashank.chouhan 5:48 PM 5:20 PM - 14 Jan 2016 Twitter ReutersIndia @ReutersIndia Video of blasts in Indonesian capital Jakarta reut.rs/1ROoRlu Jeremy Douglas @jdouglasSEA Quiet over a hour. Latest from the window is media drifting closer to operations. Told lockdown to last https://t.co/s6FaPpeT5V 11:18 AM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by Reuters_TonyTharakan 5:40 PM Starbucks statement on attacks in Jakarta, Indonesia. One blast occurred at a Starbucks cafe in Jakarta Starbucks Statement on Attacks in Jakarta, Indonesia Starbucks Newsroom We are deeply saddened by the senseless acts that have taken place in Jakarta today; our hearts are with the people of Indonesia. by shashank.chouhan 5:37 PM An Indonesian policeman runs near the site of a blast in Jakarta, Indonesia, January 14, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta by Reuters_TonyTharakan 5:34 PM Andrew RC Marshall @Journotopia Leading Indonesian security analyst says today's Jakarta attack was an amateurish, "Four Lions-type" operation. https://t.co/LmUZ9NWHtb 12:24 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by shashank.chouhan 5:33 PM Indonesia has the world's largest Muslim population, the vast majority of whom practice a moderate form of the religion by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 5:29 PM The last major militant attacks in Jakarta were in July 2009, with bombs at the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton hotels by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 5:28 PM Indonesia saw a spate of militant attacks in the 2000s, the deadliest of which was a nightclub bombing on the holiday island of Bali that killed 202 people, most of them tourists by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 5:27 PM We must not be afraid, we must not be defeated by an act of terror like this President Joko Widodo by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 5:25 PM Police shot dead four suspected militants, and the area is being secured, a police spokesman said. by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 5:17 PM by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 5:01 PM No indication Islamic State behind Indonesia attack - intelligence chief Reuters India There were no indications that Islamic State militants were behind a gun and bomb attack in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, on Thursday, the head of the national intelligence agency told Reuters. by shashank.chouhan 4:57 PM Graham Ashton @GrahamAshtonCCP Getting briefings on the Jakarta attacks. Clearly significant events still in progress. 11:41 AM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite by shashank.chouhan 4:45 PM The Straits Times @STcom JUST IN: Tanks deployed in Jakarta where hunt is underway for gunmen after several blasts https://t.co/XsZgUyAepl https://t.co/VbWwJSlA2D 11:41 AM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite The Straits Times @STcom #JakartaBlast: Armoured personnel carriers deployed where hunt is underway for gunmen https://t.co/YO6UtOgPgm https://t.co/uKfj8fsidm 12:07 PM - 14 Jan 2016Reply Retweet Favorite 1 of 2 by shashank.chouhan 4:44 PM Indonesian workers run as they are evacuated from their office at Thamrin business district in Jakarta January 14, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 4:37 PM Indonesia intelligence chief says no indications yet that Jakarta attack related to Islamic State by shashank.chouhan 4:35 PM Indonesia president says nation must not be afraid of 'acts of terror like this' - statement by shashank.chouhan 4:32 PM Read this developing story here Blasts, gunfight in Indonesian capital Jakarta; at least 6 dead Reuters India Militants launched a gun and bomb assault killing at least six people in the centre of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, police said, in an attack that followed a threat by Islamic State fighters to put the country in their "spotlight". by shashank.chouhan 4:32 PM Indonesia president condemns Jakarta attacks, issues condolences to victims - statement by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 4:30 PM Indonesia president cuts short Java trip to return to Jakarta, hold meeting on attacks - spokesman by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 4:30 PM A U.N. building near the scene was in lock-down with no one allowed in or out, a witness said. Some other high-rise buildings in the area were evacuated. by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 4:24 PM "I saw a police officer shot right in front of me," one witness told TV One. by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 4:24 PM Police said they suspected a suicide bomber was responsible for at least one of the blasts and up to 14 militant gunmen were involved in the attack, Metro TV reported. by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 4:20 PM Militants launched a gun and bomb assault in the centre of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, police said, in an attack that followed a threat by Islamic State fighters to put the country in their "spotlight". by Reuters_david.lalmalsawma 4:20 PM Powered by ScribbleLive Content Marketing Software Platform World News Photo Suicide bombers, gunmen kill at least six in Indonesian capital JAKARTA Militants launched a gun and bomb assault in the center of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, killing at least six people, police said, in an attack on a country that Islamic State had threatened to put in its "spotlight". | Video Anxious phone calls, tense moments before Iran's Supreme Leader okayed U.S. sailors' release Seven people detained linked with Istanbul bombing: Turkish minister Philippines urges patrols with U.S. amid sea dispute with China Our Flagship financial information platform incorporating Reuters Insider An ultra-low latency infrastructure for electronic trading and data distribution A connected approach to governance, risk and compliance Our next generation legal research platform Our global tax workstation Thomsonreuters.com About Thomson Reuters Investor Relations Careers Contact Us Thomson Reuters is the world's largest international multimedia news agency, providing investing news, world news, business news, technology news, headline news, small business news, news alerts, personal finance, stock market, and mutual funds information available on Reuters.com, video, mobile, and interactive television platforms. 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